'Magic & Music' Harry Potter & The Sorcerer's




Just $4

For All Seats


Box Office Opens 1 Hour before Showtime

House Opens 30 minutes before Showtime

Harry Potter & The Sorcerer's Stone
Thursday ONLY! August 15     7:00 pm
Part of Zelienople's 'Magic & Music' on Main Street!


Join us for a delightful evening of 'Magic & Music on Main Street' in Historic Zelienople!  Every 3rd Thursday through the Summer, Zelienople businesses have hosted themed community events, and this one gave us the perfect excuse to showcase the first installment of the mega-blockbuster franchise based on the best-selling series of novels by JK Rowling!


See Harry Potter & The Sorcerer's Stone back on the Big Screen with 45 speaker surround-sound!  In this first film, An orphaned boy enrolls in a school of wizardry, where he learns the truth about himself, his family and the terrible evil that haunts the magical world.


Warner Brothers originally considered making the entire "Harry Potter" film franchise as a set of computer animated films, or attempting to combine several of the novels into a single movie. The studio's reasoning mainly had to do with concern over the rapid aging of child actors and actresses, if production ran too long on any of the films, or if production was delayed between sequels, the leading actors and actresses might have to be re-cast. Author J.K. Rowling vetoed both of the ideas of combining books, and an animated film, so the studio decided instead to produce all eight films back to back, so the same actors and actresses could play their roles in every film.


At the time this film was in production, only four of the seven books had been published. J.K. Rowling was retained as a consultant on the film, not only to ensure consistency with the first book, but also to avoid conflicts with her vision for the later entries. It has been confirmed that at least one line of dialogue was removed from the script to avoid a contradiction with the then-unpublished Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.


2001 Rated PG | Runtime 2 hour 32 minutes


Thursday ONLY, Augusrt 15    7:00pm